Tarantula Feeding Video 93 with 68 Arachnids with Cool Molts
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1) The only sites I've buy my Ts from (as it shown in my vids) are from the for sale/trade section of Arachnoboards and tarantulacanada(dot)ca.. Since backwater's a US site, I can't order from them since they won't ship to Canada (I don't live in the US). I've browsed thru their site and the only thing I don't like is they don't give their actual sizes of the T so it's up to you to make sure you email them what is medium-large before buying 2) You can always try and see if he/she accepts it
hey jon great vid as always, but was wondering the a versicolor as people say they are hard to raise as slings put me off a abit as this is my next T i would like to know if they adults need a lot of ventilation like the slings? thanks for reading
M. balfouri males do have completely blue legs, but is that visible before maturity? Because else it's certainly a female, sexual dimorphism helps. ;-) Sorry about your Sumatran Tiger, that sucks! Nice vid, as usual!
Hiya Jon, thank you for adding my vid response above. I have officially been "bitten" and now am obsessed with Ts. If you have a minute, or 59 seconds to be exact lol, will you check out my T question vid. I value your opinion highly, thank you again and keep the great vids coming!! Peace.... SuperMommy227
hi jon i purchased my new T today the asian fawn tarantula :D speedy lil things aint they haha
Spiders creep me out a little, but you seem like such a friendly person I'm hanging on.
my grammostola pulchripes for some reason doesn't want to go in his/her house anymore? he/she is still small, this is my first t and the first week she went into his/her house and she/he even dug a bit and you know and then later on she/he didn't want to go in anymore of course i won't force her/him to, also, i gave him/her a grasshopper but i couldn't find the rest i searched very good and i found nothing but i am kinda affraid my t will get mites :( got any tips and can you please help?
17:55 Has she molted already? She still seems dull in color.
My uncle owns a lawn service in Canada as well!
I hate spiders but I still watched 1/3 and I plan to watch the rest and during the video my arm had some random tingle type thing never had that happen like that
When a tarantula is in pre-molt, how long is it away from molting?
The cages are cleaned twice a month if need be. Leftovers are rarely seen since I feed them crickets and worms and they're usually good about not leaving left overs. I only had 1 infestation of mites that was recorded on video (see here watch?v=UyoU3IHLjTY) I removed the substrate, washed the enclosure and put a fresh batch of substrate back in
awesome video m8 that m.balfouri is always gettin out its enclosure guess it want to be the star of the video lol
I was wondering why you feed some of them worms and others crickets....?
hey jon, great feeding video as always, i have yet another question....my hysterocrates crassipes made a beautiful intricate burrow around her enclosure, and she molted in it. I can see the molt but im not sure how to get it out. Any suggestions?
that can be arranged :)
$60? Not bad! with how many specimens you have. As usual, very impressive.
Your tarantula at 11:40 reminds me of a Siamese cat with how its colouring is (weird comparison, I know) Very beautiful. I am horrified of spiders but you sir own some very beautiful species.
I want a p metallica so bad, so pretty!
A.avicularia. G.pulchripes is also a visible tarantula but its temperament is far too unpredictable to recommend as handleable.
Wasn't aware! Very nice ;)
Watches 1:36 then subscribes!
Paddy, i got these shelves from Costco a couple of years ago. They are made by Whalen Storage and the model # is WS1648ZL
37 min of feeding spiders .... dayum :D
big spiders like this scare the hell out of me
Mites WILL kill your Ts, which is why I had to throw the substrate out, wash the enclosure and put a fresh batch in.
take tongs or just wait, the T WILL move it out
I've heard good reviews and bad reviews of the site tho, and my juvenile G.rosea made 2 weird lumps of soil and gets sort of mad when i gently touch it with my own paintbrush
Thank you so much for sharing me your knowledge.
hey jon, i have an 1/2 inch sling LP. How big do you think it will be around september-october?
he he at 12:10 she just went out for a little stroll, to get some fresh air :P
ya they're burrowers. I dug her out to make sure she was alive
Great vid. Awesome collection.
Awesome Ts and Maggie is so cute! Nice tricks too!
Bet you can't wait for that Lampropelma violaceopes to get it's full colouration!
I have a high preference for pokies.
this video should be more than helpful. watch?v=p2Id1kdI5Ro
Imagine* Jons door swings shut, creating a loud slam. In panic he tries to pry the door open and when that fails he results to smashing it down like a police officer getting into a criminals house! He runs as fast as possible and hits the door making him bounce off and knocking over all of the cages, releasing all his tarantulas. what happens next?
oops thanks man
it depends what you're looking for in a species.. C.cyaneopubescens has the advantages of being easier to care for, and a nice terrestrial species that webs heavily and gets about 6'''. On the other hand, you have A.metallica, which is a great handleable arboreal and may not be easy to care for unless it's a juvenile/adult
are B. emilia's good starter tarantulas?? i've been thinking of getting one, but i'm not sure if there good starters. I do help with my friends tarantulas though, so i have some basic info.
This is so cool! You have such an amazing collection! I think this is encouraging me to get a tarantula! Have you ever been bitten by any? I'm not very familiar with tarantulas so I am not sure if any are actually poisonous. By the way, sorry for your loss :(
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